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Walk Humbly with the Lord

Walk Humbly with the Lord

Church and Mission Engaging Plurality

by Viggo Mortensen and Andres A. Sterland Nielsen

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 01/02/2011

IPresents new visions for the future of missions in a global society

In June of 1910, delegates gathered in Edinburgh for the first World Missionary Conference. One hundred years later, the 2010 Church and Mission in a Multireligious Third Millennium conference sought to reconcile a century of seismic shifts in the worldwide landscape of the church with its ongoing mandate to "make disciples of all nations."

Arising out of that recent conference, Walk Humbly with the Lord presents a broad, multinational spectrum of contemporary approaches to both theology and missiology. Recognizing that the old Western notion of Christendom -- which formed the cultural backdrop of Edinburgh 1910 -- is now long obsolete, the book's twenty-seven forward-thinking contributors respond to globalization and the enormous growth of religious pluralism worldwide, offering reflections on the future of missiology and the relationship of church and mission. Together they speculate about the possible shape of Christianity in a multireligious age, as God works out new and unforeseen schemes in the reconciliation of the world.


Ulrich Dehn
John Drane
Helene Egnell
Patricia Taylor Ellison
Charles J. Fensham
Friedrich W. Graf
Niels Henrik Gregersen
Darrell L. Guder
Stanley Hauerwas
Jan-Olav Henriksen
Hans Raun Iversen
Darrell Jackson
Patrick R. Keifert
Jacques Matthey
Viggo Mortensen
Andreas Osterlund Nielsen
Birger Nygaard
Arne Rasmusson
Martin Reppenhagen
Kenneth R. Ross
Munawar K. Rumalshal
LeRon Schults
Brian Stanley
Bryan Stone
Werner Ustorf
Mika V h kangas
Andrew F. Walls
Christian mission & evangelism
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
William B Eerdmans Publishing Co
Country of origin:
United States
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